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iReasoning MIB browser

Testing the iReasoning MIB browser on MacOS

Notes

ireasoning offer a range of networking tools, including a GUI SNMP MIB browser - available in fere and paid versions.

Feature Personal Edition Professional Edition Enterprise Edition
Multiple platforms
Supports basic SNMP operations
Table view for MIB tables
Trap Receiver
Supports IPv6
Supports SNMPv1/v2c
Supports standard or private MIB
Maximum number of MIBs loaded 10 No restrictions No restrictions
Supports SNMPv3  
Network discovery  
ICMP Ping tool  
ICMP Traceroute tool  
SNMPv3 USM user management  
Compares devices  
Performance graph  
Port view for network interface cards  
Switch port mapper  
Device snapshot  
Cisco device snapshot  
Forwards traps via email  
Periodically refreshes table  
Dynamic table row creation and deletion  
Rule engine for processing traps  
Watch actions    
Run as service    
Email template    
Price Free 295.00 USD 595.00 USD

Installing the Free Personal Edition

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Installing the portable free version:

$ mkdir example_source
$ cd example_source
$ wget https://www.ireasoning.com/download/mibfree/mibbrowser.zip
$ unzip mibbrowser.zip
$ rm mibbrowser.zip

Running

On MacOS, use the startup schell script:

$ ireasoning/mibbrowser/browser.sh

Example scan and inspec a service:

example.png

Credits and References

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